I saw some using 이 instead of 는, is there a difference?
Is there a rule for when the subject goes before the place and when the opposite happens? Is 방에 차는 있습니다 wrong grammatically?
in this case, changing the order would determine whether you're telling where the tea is or what is in the room: that is, "차는 방에 있습니다" means "the tea is in the room", and "방에 차는 있습니다" means "there is tea in the room"
What the different between 방에 자는 있습니다 and 방에 자가 있습니다
But when should we use 있습니다 and 입니다?
In this sentence you express that something is in a place. Then you must use 있다.
들 is the particle to mark plural nouns whereas 은/는 is a topic marker.
The translation suggested 차가 but only 차는 was available. Hmm.
Whats the difference between 방 and 방에?
Im pretty sure 에 is just a location marker. 방 still means room though.
The first word refers 'room' and the second means 'in room' or 'at room'.
Is 차가 wrong here ?
Why is it "차는"? Shouldn't it be "차" since it's the singular?
는 is the topic marker, not a plural marker. I suppose, the sentence means literally: "As concerns the tea, it exists in the room"
I have reached the conclusion that I will never be able to tell when to use 이/가 and 는/은 properly
Can someone plz explain why we didn't say "차가 방에 있습니다" ??
Which do few words hav 에 and others hav 이 or 가
Wen should i use these